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Syllabification: tosh
Pronunciation: /täSH
 
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noun

British informal
Rubbish; nonsense: it’s sentimental tosh
More example sentences
  • So imagine my surprise to find that a full third of the clergy, according to this report from Reuters suspect that the Resurrection is a load of old tosh!
  • In my case this business about ‘two weeks and the full on craving goes away’ is a load of old tosh.
  • Then again, there are those who reckon that's a load of old tosh and who would love nothing more than to be a fly on the wall next time BT's chiefs get together.

Origin

late 19th century: of unknown origin.

Words that rhyme with tosh

awash, Boche, Bosch, bosh, brioche, cloche, cohosh, cosh, dosh, Foch, galosh, gosh, josh, mosh, nosh, posh, quash, slosh, splosh, squash, swash, wash

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noun

British informal
Used as a casual form of address, especially to an unknown person.

Origin

1950s: of unknown origin.

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